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Haruna was a Kongo-class battleship of the Imperial Japanese Navy. She was bombed and sunk by carrier-based aircraft of the US Navy on July 24th, 1945, at Kure Harbor, Japan. This video shows the wreck of the Haruna in Kure harbor.

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 Teniente) March 19, 2015

What happens when you mess with the US Navy? Hyuga was an Ise-class battleship of the Imperial Japanese Navy. In 1943, Hyuga was converted into a hybrid battleship/ aircraft carrier. She was bombed and sunk by carrier-based aircraft of the US Navy on July 24th, 1945, at Kure Harbor, Japan.read more

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 Teniente) March 18, 2015

Amagi was an Unryū-class aircraft carrier of the Imperial Japanese Navy built during World War II. She was bombed and sunk by carrier-based aircraft of the US Navy on July 24th, 1945, at Kure Harbor, Japan. This video shows the wreck of the Amagi in Kure harbor.read more

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The Musashi was the second ship in the Yamato class of battleships, which were the largest battleships ever built, built by the Japanese Navy. Her most distinguishing features were her 9 huge 46cm guns, which had a range of 41km and could penetrate 43cm of armor plating at a distance...read more

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 Teniente) March 04, 2015

I made this film using very rare footage I discovered raw and untouched in the national archives. This is the largest oceanic battle in history. Please note that this footage views both the Japanese, Australian and U.S Military engaging in one of the most horrific battles ever. It has the...read more

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Paul G. Allen and his team of researchers located the Musashi, a WWII Japanese battleship considered one of the two largest and most technologically advanced battleships in naval history.

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 Teniente) February 22, 2015

On 13 January 1943 during the Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands, the aircraft carrier, USS Hornet, was struck by two torpedoes during a ten hour battle. Footage shows the battle and shows survivors being halled to safety from the sinking ship. USS Hornet became the last U.S. fleet carrier to be...read more

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Hammer of the IJN. For six months, Akagi and the other carriers of the Japanese Navy were the terrors of the seas. From Pearl Harbor to the Indian Ocean, Japanese planes rained ordinance on Allied warships. The rate of damage these ships inflicted was severe, but it could not be sustained....read more

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 Teniente) January 14, 2015

This short newsreel, produced for the home market, shows Operation Hailstone, the U.S. assault on "Japan's Pearl Harbor", the naval base at Truk. Footage shows Task Force 58, which included the fleet carriers USS Yorktown, USS Essex, USS Intrepid, USS Bunker Hill, USS Enterprise, and the light...read more

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